Anchorians travelled to Gravesend after a 3 week break to face 3rd placed Old Gravesendians (“OGs”) in what was expected to be a difficult encounter. And so it proved, with Anchs suffering their second defeat of the season in a niggly game which never really flowed. Initially things looked positive when, playing up the slope,Continue reading “Old Gravesendians v Gillingham Anchorians London & SE Division – Shepherd Neame Kent 1, 14:00 5 th January 2018”
Whitstable were the visitors to Darland Avenue on a cold, wet and windy winter afternoon for Anchs’ last league game of 2018. Despite the conditions, the home side carried on where they left off the previous week with a dominant performance and came away with another emphatic bonus point victory. Anchs made a good startContinue reading “Gillingham Anchorians v Whitstable London & SE Division – Shepherd Neame Kent 1, 14:00 15 th December 2018”
Anchs travelled to Dulwich to face Kings College Hospital (“KCH”) who sat just below then on the Kent 1 league table, in what was expected to be a difficult encounter. What transpired was probably one of Anchs’ best performances of the season in difficult wet and windy conditions against a strong KCH side. The game started at pace and Anchs, playingContinue reading “Kings College Hospital v Gillingham Anchorians London & SE Division -Shepherd Neame Kent 1, 14:00 8th December 2018”
Anchorians hosted 5th placed Cranbrook in a Kent League 1 match on Saturday, which also doubled as the Tony Younger Memorial Cup. Following defeat in the equivalent fixture last year, Anchs expected a tough encounter made all the more difficult by the persistent drizzle. Playing with the elements in the first half the game startedContinue reading “Gillingham Anchorians v Cranbrook London & SE Division – Kent League 1 14:00 1st December 2018”
Anchs travelled to face an unbeated Ashford side sitting at the top of the Kent 1 table with a perfect record from 6 games, matching Anchs excellent start to the season. Faced with a pitch which had been widened to suit the Ashford side’s quick backline, on a cold and windy afternoon, it was clearContinue reading “Ashford v Gillingham Anchorians London & SE Division – Kent 1, 15:00 27th October 2018”
Anchs welcomed Kent 1 winners, Old Beccehamians (“Beccs”), to Darland Avenue for the final league game of the season.
Anchs finished the season on a high, with a narrow victory in the Kent Salver final against Kent League 2 runners-up, Footscray.